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St. Patrick’s Day: Go Green or Go Home

Ahh St. Patty’s Day. You can feel it approaching. You've made your Sunday plans, you’ve ransacked the dollar store of all its Irish paraphernalia, and you’ve reverted back to your March 18th, 2012 profile picture  (a glimmering combination of  a “Kiss Me I’m Irish” shirt, olive corduroys, and shamrock glasses that was SO gracefully worn [...]

By | March 13th, 2013|Kingston Living, Student Life|0 Comments

AMS Elections & Why You Should Get Involved

It is that time of year again, as students get back into the routine of school and start counting down the days until reading week! In just over two weeks, the AMS will be hosting its annual winter elections and referendum to elect four very important positions in University governance; the AMS Executive (comprised of [...]

By | January 9th, 2013|Community Issues|0 Comments

What does the “Queen’s community” really mean?

The following will appear in the 2011-2012 Tricolour Yearbook produced by the Yearbook & Design Services. Dear Queen’s Students of 2011-2012, Welcome to your time capsule of memories for the past year. Refer to this yearbook made for you by your peers, like so many of our experiences here at Queen’s, when you have occasion to [...]

By | April 27th, 2012|Tricolour Spirit|0 Comments

“Mom, stop yelling”: A move-out day blog

That's right folks, it's back. The second most wonderful time of the year is here on campus: move-out day. *Spoiler Alert!!!*      It sucks. For all the first years reading this, let me just tell you at the outset that this is going to be a rough day. Move-out day is already a tricky day notwithstanding all [...]

By | April 2nd, 2012|Kingston Living|0 Comments

Yikes, bikes!

The very first vehicle to be human propelled and use only 2 wheels was invented in 1817. This was the precursor to the bicycle which would come in 1839.  It offered people a chance to propel themselves using their own effort at speeds far greater than would be possible on foot.  Now, nearly 2 centuries [...]

By | March 12th, 2012|Student Life|0 Comments

5 Things Learned from Reading Weeks in 4 Years

In my four years at Queen’s I have had different experiences with Reading Week.  As much as we would all like to pretend, Reading Week is shockingly rarely used to catch up on school and would instead be better named ‘Release Work’ because however we spend our time during Reading Week it is a chance [...]

By | February 22nd, 2012|Student Life|0 Comments

The Top Ten Places to Study on Campus

This December exam period marks my seventh set of exams at Queen’s University as a supposedly ‘experienced’ Economics student, and I’ve learned through the years of the unique places on campus to study without being disturbed.  The goal of today, therefore, is to present the top ten places to study on campus.  This list has [...]

By | December 16th, 2011|Academics|0 Comments

Wizardry, Witchcraft, and Kingston: Housemates and House Hunting

Greetings Househunteronians, For the latest installment of the Municipal Affairs Commission blog I take you on a fantastic and mystical journey filled with strange smelling creatures, a loyal group of courageous friends, and of course a lightning bolt scar. You guessed it; I’m talking about housemate selection and picking a house in the University District. [...]

By | December 13th, 2011|Kingston Living|0 Comments

I Wanna Pay Love to Queen’s Clubs

Let’s talk Clubs at Queen’s. We’ve got a rich assortment of Clubs on campus that all add an immeasurable contribution to the Queen’s community. With well over 200 different clubs, there’s clubs to meet the interests of just about anybody. Whether you’re looking for politics, religion, advocacy, education, community outreach or something just for fun, [...]

By | November 2nd, 2011|Student Life|0 Comments